Friday, November 16, 2007
Thursday, August 02, 2007
Thursday, April 19, 2007
Our Canadian Multicultural Hockey Challenge Team. We did well considering our small team and that we played against some former NHL'ers from the Quebec Nordiques and Toronto Maple Leafs!!
Tuesday, April 03, 2007
Even though we lost to the Latvians 8-6, we came in first place overall in points for the Baltic Tourney. It's gonna be a hard final game for the Cup against the Estonians. Even though we defeated them 9-2, they will be prepared this time!
For more information from the Tournament... http://balticcup.blogspot.com/
Monday, March 05, 2007
Iceland Rink #1 Mississauga
Friday March 30'th 8:45pm - Estonians vs. Lithuanians
Saturday March 31'st 11am - Estonians vs. Latvians
Saturday March 31'st 6:45pm - Latvians vs. Lithuanians
NA BALTIC CUP FINAL GAME:
(best 2 teams move onto the Final Game)
Canlan Icesports EtobicokeFriday April 13'th at 8:30pm
CMHL Multicultural Tournament:
Art Thompson Arena
Friday April 27 - 6pm play against the FRENCH NORDIQUE
Saturday April 28 - 11am play against the SCOTTISH MUSKOKANS
Saturday April 28 - 7pm play against the SOUTH ASIAN VIPERS
Sunday April 29 - (possible final game)
Saturday, January 27, 2007
TKL fought back midway through the second and scored their first goal, a nice shot in the top corner by #14 - Steve Podsadecki on a feed from #9 - Alvin Kišonas at the 10 minute mark.
TKL kept the pressure on and a few minutes later, #13 - Juozas Zenkevičius tucked one in, passed from #69 - Gintas Batūra, behind the sprawling Latvian netminder.
The third period was closely contested with TKL having several scoring chances but were denied by the Latvians. TKL's #25 - Brian Mielko almost tied it up with just 3 seconds remaining as the puck came to rest on the goal line!
After-game festivities on Latvian Night at the The Dark Horse were well attended by our fans. TKL's next stop will be at the North American Baltic Cup in Toronto. Stay tuned, right here, for details to follow.
Saturday, January 13, 2007
A strong Estonian team had to battle back from a 2-0 deficit to overcome new NA Baltic Cup rivals, the Toronto Latvians, with some third period heroics to claim a 5-3 win. A number of penalties were assessed and the game was watched by 30+ fans.
Here's a couple old photos I found in an old North American Lithuanian sports club book (Išeivijos lietuvių sportas 1944-84 - Čerkeliunas, Mickevičius, Krašauskas).
There were two teams from Toronto back then and we all travelled to Boston, Chicago and Detroit in the early 80s. Now their kids play on the TKL (they're in their 30s!). We even have a couple of these original players -from the other squad - in uniform today.
Hope to see everyone come out to watch us play the Latvians on January 26th at George Bell Arena!